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Walking tracks: There are three tracks in this 9 hectare reserve,offering various walking times: 10mins, 30mins, and 1hr.
Pelorus Bridge Scenic Reserve, or Te Hoiere, is home to one of the last remaining populations of long tailed bats in Marlborough.
Since 2003 we have managed to restore native planting to over an acre of land in the middle of a mainly urban landscape.
The 50-hectare Onetangi Reserve land was purchased in February 1962 at a time when overstocking had caused severe damage to the land and the commercial felling of trees was imminent.
Motu Manawa (Pollen Island) is one of Auckland’s few large inner city estuarine areas. Situated in the Waterview Bay of Waitemata Harbour, it has been a wetland and shellbank habitat since the last ice age
Just a short drive from Dunedin City, Moore's Bush is nestled in the beautiful Leith Valley.
We're creating safe places for little penguins (kororā) to nest by providing nest boxes, predator control, and plant cover around Wellington's South Coast.
In December 2017 Forest & Bird started an initiative called the Southeast Wildlink (SEW).
There is one circuit track on the reserve that takes approximately one hour to walk. From this track you can access the old fence track and the brow track.
Waiheke Island may be possum free but there are many other pests such as rats, stoats and feral cats that threaten our native flora and fauna.
Walking Tracks: A walking track has been recently opened and marked out in this reserve, following a successful 20-year planting program carried out by the Waikato Branch.
The North-West Wildlink is creating safe, connected and healthy habitats for native wildlife across Auckland.
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